“Bill Cosby has hired a battalion of private investigators to dig up dirt on his many accusers,” reports the New York Post in an exclusive story by Stacy Brown.
The story, which was published on Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, in the Post’s famous Page Six gossip column, says, “Multiple sources confirmed that Cosby, through his Hollywood attorney Martin Singer, is implementing a scorched-earth strategy in which anything negative in his accusers’ pasts is fair game.”
The story adds, “The source continued: ‘The strategy isn’t new and it’s quite simple: You say I’m a bad guy, well, let’s see what gives you the right to throw a stone at my house when your home is also made of glass.’”
The story says that Cosby attorney Singer “refused to address the hiring of private detectives but said Cosby has not been able to rely on the press to be fair. ‘You [the media] don’t need private investigators to find out information about the accusers. A simple Google search will obtain the information,’ Singer said.”
In an article also published on Dec. 28th, The New York Times wrote about Singer that “in the past 10 days…he has sent angry letters to CNN and The [New York] Daily News, accusing them of abandoning any journalistic rigor in their coverage [about the allegations against Cosby]. ‘The media has consistently refused to look into or publish information about various women whose stories are contradicted by their own conduct or statement,’ he wrote in his letter to The [New York] Daily News.”
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